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高考英语模拟试卷
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<现在开始正题了哦,认真仔细看下面正文文章>                                                    高考模拟卷(三)   本试卷共三部分,满分135分(120×1.125)。考试时间120分钟。 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 60 分) 第一节 (共 15 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 45 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。                                              A Special Programs Career Stories    What do you want to be when growing up? Hear first-hand from four Science Centre staff on the different career paths they have taken. Our real-life role models share their experiences and demonstrate that pathways to success, while unique to everyone, are based on the development of 21st century competencies and a commitment to lifelong learning. Duration: 60 minutes Time:
10:30-
11:30 Dates: May 13 & 27, 2018 Price: $$15 per student Climate Change Understand the complex connections between human activity, greenhouse  gases, heat transfer and climate change. Investigate past climate data , see ocean acidification in action and compare Canada to the world. Use a physical climate model to test whether you can stabilize the Earth’s climate. Duration: 45 minutes Times: 10-
10:45, 11-
11:45, 12-
12:45, 1-
1:45 and 2-
2:45 Dates: June 18, 23 & 24, 2018 Price: $$10 per student
                                                   Characteristics of Electricity Witness the power of electricity with shocking demonstrations. From Galvani to Tesla, re discover the practical applications of current, circuits and resistance. Understand how electric energy is generated, and be a part of a human electric circuit. Get energized with a sparktacular static electric discharge(静电释放)。 Duration: 55 minutes Time: 11-
11:55 Dates: July 24, 2018 Price: $$10 per student Mental Health: The Science of Anxiety Your heart is racing, your mouth is dry and your stomach is in knots。
Don’t worry, everyone  feels anxious sometimes. Explore what’s really going on in our brains when we experience anxiety, how it affects our bodies and why stress can sometimes be a good thing. This presentation explains how our brains and bodies react to stress, while introducing students to evidencebased approaches. Mental health applies to everyone — we can all take steps to enjoy life and deal with the challenges you face each day。
Duration: 45 minutes Times: 11-
11:45 Dates: August 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11, 2018 Price: $$10 per student 21. What do we know about the program Career Stories? A. It offers tips on lifelong learning.  B. It is presented with moral stories. C. It is based on first hand experiences. D. It provides practical pathways to success. 22. Which of the programs is available in June?
                                                   A. Career Stories. B. Climate Change. C. Characteristics of Electricity. D. Mental Health: The Science of Anxiety. 23. What can you acquire in Mental Health: The Science of Anxiety? A. How mental concerns are handled. B. How electric energy is generated. C. How a human electric circuit develops. D. How extreme feelings affect our bodies. B If your cat often waits too long outside a t the door waiting to be let in, what would you do? Arkaitz Garro, a WeTransfer software engineer in Holland, decided to use his skills to solve the problem. Instead of setting up a good old catflap(猫洞) on his door, he went for a more hightech solution involving artificial intelligence, motiondetection sensors, face recognition software and a messaging app. It may be overkill, but Arkait z claims that it only took him a few hours to do it, as all the hardware and software he used are readily available.   It all started a few years ago, when Garro and his wife spotted a cat in their back balcony. Not knowing if it had been abandoned, lost by its owner, or simply homeless, they took it in, but also posted some pictures of it around their neighborhood, in case someone was looking for it. “We found out that the cat had an owner, just a few houses away and he was very happy to‘share’ the cat with us. Now it has two families who love him,” Arkaitz said.“So, he has developed a schedule to come at around specific times.” The problem was that neither Garro nor his wife could simply stand by the door waiting for it to show up, so he came up with a device(装置) made up of a minicomputer complete with a camera that would use motiondetection(运动检测) and imagerecognition AI software to automatically identify the cat and then message him so he could let the animal in. “We just want to be notified when he is around,” Arkaitz explained.“When it detects movement, it sends the picture to a recognition software, which checks against the identity of the cat based on previous imagery of the cat.”    “It took me just a few hours to put all the pieces together and the software up and running, but some more time after to fine tune the software to be able to recognize the cat,”
                                                   Arkaitz said, but in the end it proved to be effective. 24. What did Arkaitz Garro think of his invention? A. It was moneysaving. B. It was ecofriendly. C. It was timeconsuming. D. It was easily made. 25. Why di d Arkaitz Garro and his wife put up some pictures of the cat? A. To seek a shelter for it. B. To find its true owner. C. To look for a potential buyer.  D. To advertise its presence to its companions. 26. How does Arkaitz’s system check against his cat’s identity? A. By matching its image. B. By identifying its smell. C. By measuring its size. D. By recognizing its voice. 27. What is the last step of Arkaitz’s system when it works? A. Send a message. B. Send the picture. C. Detect movement. D. Require identification. C Cameron is no ordinary dog, and not just because he was born on Valentine’s Day. To Maggie, a firstgrader at Burgundy Farm Country Day School, the dog who spends most days on campus is more like a friend. When Cameron is near, Maggie feels“really, really, happy,” she said.“I feel safe around him,” she added.“He’ll lie down and ask me to scratch his tummy,” she explained, because Cameron likes Maggie.    Cameron is one of a handful of dogs at Burgundy, a K8 private day school in Alexandria, Virginia. Dogs started showing up there when the head of school, Jeff Sindler, brought his clumsy Labrador, Luke, to the main office building where Sindler works. After Luke died, Sindler adopted Cameron and brought him to campus, too, where the dog Maggie described as “really cute” became a school favorite. “They don’t care if you’re good at basketball, or a great reader, or popular,” Sindler said. “They just want to be loved — equal opportunity,” he added. Cameron and the other dogs on campus — always fastened with a rope and with their owner — go a long way toward improving students’ social and emotional wellbeing, he said. They reduce tension and ease anxiety, and inspire happy feelings from students.
                                                      “They bring out some superbasic and important emotions,” he said,“and are especially helpful for children and adults who struggle in social communication.” Children often came from challenging backgrounds: many lived in poverty, or had to travel through dangerous neighborhoods to get to school, or shared a toocrowded home. When these emotionally needy children met the dogs, they relaxed and were more prepared to learn. Just as important,  dogs on school grounds set a posit ive,  welcoming  tone. They help preserve the school climate that is accepting, supportive and curious.“Dogs are one way to hold on to that,” Sindler said, adding that“schools should be fun and exciting, and dogs can be a big part of that.” For Sindler, including  Cameron was all part of an effort to create a safe environment where learning could flourish. 28. What makes the dog Cameron really special? A. His rare category. B. His particular birthmark. C. His attractive appearance. D. His companionable nature. 29. How do dogs on campus improve students’ social and emotional wellbeing? A. By playing fetch together fondly.     B. By offering them comfort equally. C. By playing basketball together freely.  D. By walking a long way together happily. 30. What does the underlined word“that” in paragraph 5 refer to? A. A positive tone. B. The school ground. C. A welcoming attitude.D. The school atmosphere. 31. What’s the purpose of the passage? A. To encourage schools to bring in more dogs. B. To explain why dogs help students with learning. C. To introduce a way to help students grow healthily.  D. To explore the possibility to challenge nodog rules. D
                                                   People who risk their lives to save strangers do so without deliberation, according to a Yaleled analysis of statements from more than 50 recognized civilian heroes published online Oct. 15 in the journal PLOS ONE.    “We wonder if people who act with extreme altruism(利他主义) do so without thinking, or if conscious selfcontrol is needed to override negative emotions like fear,” said David Rand, a Yale psychologist who authored the study with Ziv G. Epstein of Pomona College in Claremont, Calif.“Our analyses show that strongly, extreme altruists report acting first and thinking later.”   Rand, who studies human cooperation, got hundreds of participants to read 51 statements made by individuals who have received the Carnegie Hero Medal, given to civilians who risk their lives to save strangers. Participants  analyzed those statements for evidence of whether they acted intuitively or with deliberation. An analysis of text by computer did the same.   “What you don’t find in the statements is people who say,‘I thought it over and I decided it was the right thing to do,’” Rand said.    Instead, most responded like Christine Marty, a 21yearold college student who rescued a 69year old trapped in a car during a flashflood.   “I’m thankful I was able to act and not think about it,” Marty said in a statement. The findings are consistent with Ra nd’s previous studies of cooperation in“economic games,” where participants choose whether or not to share resources. In these studies, subjects forced to think carefully tend to be selfish while those using intuition(直觉) are more likely to be cooperative.    Rand cautions that intuitive responses are not necessarily genetically hardcoded. He believes people learn that helping others is often in their own longterm selfinterest and develop intuitive habits of cooperation, rather than possessing an inborn tendency preserved byevolution.   “The best evolutionary outcome is to be able to learn, adapting to whether you were born into a situation where it is typically good to cooperate or to be selfish,” he said. 32. What conclusion was drawn from David Rand’s study? A. Heroes help without thinking. B. Heroes offer help on purpose. C. Heroes have a better selfcontrol.  D. Heroes think carefully before they act.
                                                   33. How did Rand conduct his study? A. By analysing heroes’ life stories.   B. By interviewing heroes on the spot. C. By studying heroes’ opinions about their behaviors. D. By keeping track of heroes’ conscious selfcontrol. 34. What can we infer about Rand’s opinion on heroes’ behavior? A. It is inborn. B. It is acquired. C. It is wellplanned. D. It is halfborn and halfmade. 35. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. How heroes stepped out of danger B. How heroes help others out of trouble C. Heroes don’t deliberate before they act D. Heroes deserve the Carnegie Hero Medal 第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为多余选项。
                              Ways to reduce plastic waste Plastic is found in virtually everything these days. Your food is packaged in it. Your car, phone and computer are made from it.   36   . While most plastics  are advertised  as recyclable, the reality is that they’re“downcycled.” Luckily, there are simple steps you can take to dramatically decrease the amount of plastic waste you produce.37 One of the easiest ways to keep plastic out of the landfill is to refuse plastic straws. Simply inform your waiter or waitress that you don’t need one, and make sure to state this clearly when ordering at a drivethru. Can’t stand giving up the convenience of straws?   38  . Restaurants are less likely to bring you a plastic one if they see that you’ve brought your own. Use reusable produce bags   About one million plastic bags are used every minute. A single plastic bag can take 1,000 years to degrade. If you’re already bringing reusable bags to the grocery store, you’re on theright track. Purchase some reusable produce bags and help keep even more plastic out of the landfill. However, avoid those
                                                   bags made from nylon or polyeste(聚酯纤维).   39  . Use matches   40  if you need to light a candle, build a campfire or start a fire for any other reason. These cheap plastic devices sit in landfills for years and have even been found in dead birds’ stomachs. If you can’t bear to part with your lighter, pick up a refillable metal one to help cut down on waste. A. Say no to straws B. Choose cotton ones instead C. Don’t use plastic container D. Choose matches over plastic lighters E. Most restaurants will have no problem with it F. And you might even chew on it daily in the form of gum G. Purchase a reusable stainless steel or glass drinking straw 第三部分 语言知识运用(共两节,满分 55 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项。     At his graduation ceremony, my younger brother Peter presented me with a rose. I was trying to look  41  , but I had just had a major disagreement with my friend. I felt like a fading flower as I stood there,  42  three of his friends around: Jen, Beth and Angelika. They were all   43  . Jen was leaving for Kansas the next day, and she cried as she   44   Peter goodbye. One of the rosebuds in her dress must have come   45  and fallen to the ground as they were hugging. With the girls walking away, Peter  46  down and picked it up. The rose lay there in his  47  , for the taking.“For you, Maria.” I couldn’t help smiling. It was so   48  of him to know how to make things better.    In my  49  , Peter knows flowers. When we had moved into our present  50  outside Philadelphia, a rosebush was lying against the back fence, leafless. Daddy was   51  to dig it up and plant a new one, but Peter wouldn’t   52  him.    “Son, look how dry that is,” said Dad,  53  a branch,“all in the inside there.” Peter told Dad to give him  54  a few weeks and bent next to the bush,  55  his fingers over the dirt at its base. Then Peter launched a(n)   56  operation for it. Early in June a single blossom(朵) turned red among green leaves. That was when I first  57  Peter had  a gift for flowers.
                                                   Now when Peter passed me that  58  , I felt all my troubles faded into the background. 59    would be OK tomorrow, and 60   it didn’t — well, it would.    As always, Peter knew how to make things better. 41. A. cheerful             B. upset                C. honest           D. bored 42. A. patting            B. missing        C. inviting        D. greeting 43. A. disappointed      B. wonderful       C. sad            D. enthusiastic 44. A. hugged         B. waved            C. said          D. offered 45. A. alive           B. loose             C. open         D. easy 46. A. turned          B. fell              C. leaned        D. sat 47. A. shoulder        B. hand             C. pocket        D. bag 48. A. selfish         B. considerate         C. generous       D. modest 49. A. memory        B. honor            C. dream           D. voice 50. A. hotel          B. house             C. corner          D. flat 51. A. anxious         B. happy           C. ready           D. eager 52. A. stop           B. make            C. scold            D. let 53. A. giving away       B. setting out        C. putting up      D. breaking off 54. A. just             B. almost             C. quite         D. over 55. A. pressing         B. running           C. hurting         D. dipping 56. A. relief           B. routine             C. rescue         D. intelligence 57. A. recalled         B. declared              C. heard        D. knew 58. A. leaf            B. spade               C. rose            D. branch 59. A. Nothing         B. Anything             C. Something      D. Everything 60. A. if              B. unless               C. while             D. as 第二节 语篇填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分 ) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入 1 个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
     Already home to the world’s first cloned dog using body cell transfer technique, China is now the world’s first country  61  (clone) a dog using gene editing, after Sinogene, a Beijing based biotech company, announced the achievement on July 5.     China has mastered body cell cloning technology, 62  (follow) by South Korea, according to Lai
                                                   Liangxue, a researcher at the Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health.    “A cloned dog born from a geneedited cell donor is   63  (certain) a breakthrough,” says Eugene Redmond, director at the Yale University School of Medicine,  64  was not involved in the research. Dog cloning has always been regarded in the scientific community as   65  most difficult, despite successes in the cloning other mammals, including sheep,   66  (mouse), cows, and pigs. Poor oocyte(卵细胞) quality and the reproduction cycle of the surrogate mothe(代孕母体) limit the  67  (apply) of the technology.     However, Lai’s team of scientists at Sinogene created a disease model using the   68  (late) geneediting technology CRISPR/Cas9 to achieve mass production. It is the first   69  its kind in the world. “It is advantageous to combine cloning technology with gene editing, and China has taken the lead,” said a researcher from the Institute of Zoology.    The company says it   70  (promote) commercial dog cloning services worldwide soon. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。 文中 共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。
每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 I am a 18yearold boy. Having been busy at my study and seldom helping my parents with the housework, I feel quite sorry. What can I do help? Last Sunday, when my parents went shopping, I suddenly got an idea: why not giving the rooms a thorough cleaning? I collected the books on the floors and put them in the place. Then I wiped the dust off all the furnitures. Finally, I swept and mop the floors. When my parents returned, they were surprised and happy. My mother gave me a hug but I could see satisfaction in his eyes. Exhausted as I was, I never felt such happy. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分)
                                                   假定你是李华,你的留学生朋友 Eric 对中国书法(Chinese Calligraphy)很感兴趣,想 与你一起参加书法班的学习。
请你写封邮件告知他上课的相关情况。 内容包括: 1. 时间和地点; 2. 学习内容:如何握笔、练习基本笔(strokes of Chinese characters)等; 3. 课前准备:毛笔和宣纸(rice paper)。
注意: 1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯 Dear Eric, __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                                          Yours, Li Hua
                                                          英语参考答案及评分标准 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 分) 第一节(共15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 21~25 CBADB 26~30 AADBD 31~35 CACBC 第二节(共5 小题;每小题2 分,满分10 分) 36~40 FAGBD 第三部分 语言知识运用(共两节,满分 分) 第一节 完形填空(共20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30分) 41~45 ADCAB 46~50 CBBAB 51~55 CDDAB 56~60 CDCDA 第二节 语篇填空(共10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15分) 61. to clone 62. followed 63. certainly 64. who 65. the 66. mice 67. application 68. latest 69. of 70. will promote 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 分) 第一节 短文改错(共10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) I am a 18 year old boy. Having been busy at my study and seldom helping my parents with the housework, I feel    an                           with quite sorry. What can I do help?                       to Last Sunday, when my parents went shopping, I suddenly got an idea: why not giving the rooms a thorough cleaning?
                                                                                                                     give I collected the books on the floors and put them in the place. Then I wiped the dust off all the furnitures. Finally, I                                                                               furniture swept and mop the floors mopped When my parents returned, they were surprised and happy. My mother gave me a hug but I could see satisfaction                                                                      and in his eyes. Exhausted as I was, I never felt such happy.   Her                               so 第二节 书面表达(满分25 分) Dear Eric, Now I am writing to provide you with further information about the Chinese Calligraphy class you concern. I believe learning Chinese Calligraphy can deepen your understanding of Chinese people and culture. The class will be held from
9:00 to
10:00 on Sunday mornings in the learning center on Fang Hua Road, not far from where you live. Don’t forget to bring a writing brush and some rice paper, as the class will begin with instructions on how to hold the brush and write basic strokes. After that, basic structures of Chinese characters and the right orders of writing in Chinese will be taught. I am looking forward to seeing you in the class. Yours truly, Li Hua 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 分) 21. C
【解析】根据 Career Stories 部分“ Hear first hand from four Science Centre staff on the different career paths they have taken.”可知答案为C。 22. B
【解析】根据文中对四个“ Special Programs”的时间描述,可确定答案为 B。
23. A
【解析】根据第四部分的描述“ This presentation explains how our brains and bodies react to stress, while introducing students to evidence based approaches.”可知答案为 A。 24. D
【解析】根据第二段“ but Arkaitz claims that it only took him a few hours to do it ...”,可知答案为 D。

                                                   25. B
【解析】根据第三段“ ... they took it in, but also posted some pictures of it around their neighborhood, in case someone was looking for it.”可知答案为 B。 26. A
【解析】由原文第五段“ ... that would use motion detection(运动检测) and image recognition AI software to automatically identify the cat ...”可知此项装置是通过识别图片来确定猫的身份。 故答案为 A。 27. A
【解析】由原文第五段“ and then message him so he could let the animal in.”可知这个装置要在识别猫的身份 后会给主人发信息,主人接到信息后才会让猫进屋来。 故答案为A。 28. D
【解析】根据文章第一段所给信息“ the dog who spends most days on campus is more like a friend.”以及“ He’ll lie down and ask me to scratch his tummy,”可推断出Cameron 友善的特性。 故答案为D。 29. B
【解析】根据文章第三段的描述,狗狗们并不在乎你是否是篮球高手,是否喜欢阅读,也不在乎你是否受大家 欢迎。 他们要求平等地得到学生的爱,也同时均等地给予学生安慰,体现了机会均等原则。 故答案为 B。 30. D
【解析】 根据划线词之前的句子表述“ ... dogs on school grounds set a positive, welcoming tone. They help preserve the school climate that is accepting, supportive and curious.”可知,生活在校园的狗营造出一种积极的、 欢迎的氛围。
他们有助于保持这种包容的、支持的、好奇的学校氛围。因此可知此处that 指代上文中的“ the school climate”,故答案为D。 31. C
【解析】根据全文内容可知,主要介绍校园里养狗有助于学生的健康成长。 故答案为 C。
32. A
【解析】根据文章第二段最后一句话可以推断出答案A。
33. C
【解析】根据第三段内容“ ... got hundreds of participants to read 51 statements made by individuals who have received ... 以及 Participants analyzed those statements for evidence of whether they acted intuitively or with deliberation. An analysis of text by computer did the same.”可知,他的研究方法是通过参与者和电脑推演来分析 英雄们自己的陈述,故选C。 34. B
【解析】根据文章倒数第二段的描述“ He believes people learn that helping others is often in their own long term self interest and develop intuitive habits of cooperation, rather than possessing an inborn tendency preserved by evolution. ”可知帮助别人的行为不是生来就有的,而是在长期的利己主义中逐步培养的一种直觉的合作行为。
所以答案为B。 35. C
【解析】全文围绕英雄们在见义勇为之前并未经过深思熟 来 ,所以 文的 选 C。
36. F
【解析】根据全文的内容以及前 句可确定此处为 进 ,故确定答案为 F。
37. A
【解析】此处为子 ,由全段内容可 ,确定答案为A。
38. G
【解析】根据前后句的话 和 可以确定答案为 G。
                                                   39. B
【解析】根据话 和并 可确定答案,所以选 B 项。
40. D
【解析】根据子 内容和话 原则可确定答案。 故答案为D。
完形填空 41. A 根据该句后半部分可知,我刚刚与朋友产生了巨大分歧,作者在自己弟弟的毕业仪式上尽力表现得 “高兴,愉快”。 故答案为A。 42. D 本空根据前文语境,在弟弟的毕业仪式上看到弟弟的朋友,自然是“打招呼”。 故答案为 D。 43. C 根据常识和后文语境可知,毕业即意味着分别,后文提到弟弟的一位好友要第二天前往 Kansas,好 友哭了。 所以他们应是很“难过”,故答案为C。 44. A 根据下文as they were hugging 提示可知. 故答案为A。 45. B 根据后半句“ fallen to the ground as they were hugging”可知应该是胸花“松掉,变松”。 故答案为 B。 46. C 联系上下文内容来看,Peter 在朋友离开后,“弯下腰,”把掉落在地上的花捡了起来。
lean down 表示 “弯下腰”,故答案为C。 47. B 根据上文和常识解题,Peter 捡起花,所以花应“在他的手里”,故选B。 48. B 根据上文语境选出符合语境的形容词,弟弟 Peter 把花送给我,呼应了段首的第一句,由此不难看出 Peter 是一位“体贴的”男士,总是想让世界变得美好,故答案为 B。 49. A 根据下文作者的记叙,应为作者的回忆,故选 A。 50. B 根据本段语境选出恰当的词,爸爸可以栽花,又有篱笆栏( fence)可知,应是搬到了house 里,故选 B。 51. C 根据上文语境和本句后边叙述解题,a rosebush 已经叶子全无,父亲应该是准备把它挖掉,故选 C。 52. D 根据上文语境及连接词 but 可知弟弟不“允许,同意”爸爸挖走,故选D。 53. D 根据后文并结合常识解题,爸爸说这花已经干了,而且花里头也干了( all in the inside there),能看到 花枝内的状况,父亲应是折断了一枝,故选 D。
54. A 由上文和下文语境解题,弟弟告诉爸爸就给他几周的时间,他来救活这些花,表强调,故选 A。 55. B 根据句子语境和意义选择恰当描述其行为的动词,run one’s finger over ...表示“抚摸……”。 故选B。 56. C 根据上文综合语境解题,作者当然是开始了他的拯救行动,故选 C。 57. D 从段落语境可推测我是第一次知道弟弟是位园艺高手,故选 D。 58. C 根据语篇语境可知弟弟递给她的是朵玫瑰花,故选C。 59. D 由于弟弟的递花这一简单却又意涵深刻的行为,我的心情好了许多,烦恼褪去,作者由此也明白一 切都会好起来,故选 D。
60. A 根据语篇语境和下文叙述可知,作者还是有点担心,故假设 “要是一切没好起来( 会怎样),但是马上 就否定了自己的想法,”故选A。

                                                   语篇填空 61. to clone 考查动词不定式作后置定语;名词前有序数词时后接不定式形式作定语。 62. followed 考查过去分词作状语;由 by 可知此处表示“ 韩国紧随其后”。
63. certainly 考查形容词与副词之间的转换;副词修饰动词,故应用 certainly。 64. who 考查关系代词的使用;定语从句的先行词是 Eugene Redmond,故用 who。
65. the 考查冠词;表达最高级时需用限定词 the。 66. mice 考查名词单复数变化;mouse 当老鼠讲时其复数形式为mice。 67. application 考查动词名词的转换;application “ 运用,应用”。 68 latest 考查形容词的最高级的应用;latest 表示“ 最新的”。
69 of 考查介词的使用;of its kind 表示“同类之中”。 70 will promote 考查谓语动词时态;由句意得知,公司将很快进行商业克隆服务的推广,表将来。 短文改错 I am a 18 year old boy. Having been busy at my study and seldom helping my parents with the housework, I feel an with quite sorry. What can I do help? to Last Sunday, when my parents went shopping, I suddenly got an idea: why not giving the rooms a thorough cleaning? give I collected the books on the floors and put them in the place. Then I wiped the dust off all the furnitures. Finally, I furniture
                                                   swept and mop the floors. mopped When my parents returned, they were surprised and happy. My mother gave me a hug but I could see satisfaction and in his eyes. Exhausted as I was, I never felt such happy. her so 71 第一句 a 前加 an 冠词使用错误,18 year old boy 以元音开头,故用 an。 72 第二句 at 改为with 固定搭配使用错误,be busy with something。 73 第三句 do 后加 to 不定式使用错误,动词 do 后的 help 表达的为目的,故用不定式连接。 74 第四句 giving 改为give why not do sth.?为固定句式。 75 第五句去掉 in the place 间的 the 冠词使用错误,in place 表示“原来的地方,原位置”,为固定搭配。 76. 第六句 furnitures 改为furniture 名词单复数使用错误,furniture 为不可数名词,无复数形式。
77 第七句 mop 改为 mopped 动词时态使用错误,由句意表达可知,应用一般过去时。 78 第九句 but 改为and 连词使用错误,本句意为“妈妈拥抱了我,我能看到她眼里的满意”,故把but 改为 and。 79 第九句 his 改为her 代词使用错误,“妈妈”应用形容词性物主代词her。 80. 第十句 such 改成 so 修饰语使用错误,表示形容词副词的程度用so,不用such。
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